Similar to how authors use pen names, is it ok (does not violate TOS) to create multiple accounts sometimes spanning the same StackExchange site?
The goal here is to psuedo-unlink various questions/answers a user posts. This would be useful for mitigating socially engineering attacks.
For instance, if I say in an InfoSec.sx question that I am a sysadmin and have an addiction to cherry filled danishes in a health.sx post I would like to have two separate accounts to limit the exposure while still maintaining links to all of my asked questions (just compartmentalised) to protect against someone snooping on my profile and showing up the next day at my work with donuts (I realized this is an exaggerated example, but the threat itself remains).
update: Another example on the same site, would be a sysadmin answering 'how best to secure wifi' while also asking 'how is an ad-hoc wifi connection insecure?' an attacker could potentially target sysadmin's network more effectively (once again, oversimplified example).
Assuming you do not abuse the system (creating sock-puppets all over), is this allowed? Is there a better method?
As an aside (I've created a feature request for this here), would it be beneficial to have an option where users can 'hide' things on their profile's page -for instance, specific questions they've asked?